Tua Tagovailoa, the highest-rated player at his position in 2023, has been plagued by bad word connections throughout his four-year NFL career.
Some have questioned his mental fortitude and physical strength. Others have said that the former Alabama quarterback
lacks the arm strength to throw deep. Former NFL player Ryan Clark even body-shamed Tagovailoa.
He's certainly made a lot of skeptics eat crow. Tagovailoa, on the other hand, has always had former Super Bowl-winning quarterback Trent Dilfer on his side.
Dilfer commented on "The Rich Eisen Show" in 2022, "The kid is just special." Dilfer had referred to Tagovailoa as a "generational talent" four years prior.
"I said it a year and a half ago before he got to Alabama," Dilfer told Saturdaydownsouth.com in 2018. "Considering where he's at,
I believe he's a kid who can go through his college career and never lose a game." … He's that good, you know. "This is the best I've ever seen."
That's the greatest praise from a man who grades and develops quarterbacks for a livelihood. Dilfer, the Baltimore Ravens' Super Bowl XXXV-winning quarterback,
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